10:00 to 10:40 am: State of the art of microelectronic technologies within constrained environments.
M. Alain Dravet: microelectronics expert, Thales Airborne Systems.
Management of reporting and assembly technologies remains a fundamental concern for microelectronics in particular when the material environments involved are at the very limits of the physically possible. At the same time that hyperfrequency and radiofrequency functions are being densified, there is a constant need for innovation and improvement in competitiveness that is actually leading engineers in the sector to consider the supply chain even at the development phase (introduction to the next presentation).
10:45 to 11:35 a.m: Example of a national development and production supply chain for RF & Hyperfrequencies.
Mr Georges Peyresoubes, Thales Microelectronics
The major instructing parties in the aeronautics, telecommunications, defence and spatial sectors rely heavily on a network of partners and subcontractors to create their complex materials. These ecosystems, already up and running in production contexts, sometimes seek improvements in productivity and responsiveness for the development phases. This presentation illustrates developments in this area.
11:40 to 12:10 p.m: Latest developments in 3D microelectronic assembly technologies.
Mr Christian Val - CEO of 3D Plus
Thinner and lighter but with greater memory, power, autonomy, functionalities and all at an affordable price: these are the constraints of modern electronics that dictate how we make and will continue to make our Smartphones, tablets and the new products of today and tomorrow. Christian Val, pioneer of 3D inter-connection of electronic microchips explains the state of the art and perspectives for 3D integration of microelectronics.